Veson Nautical Expands, Opens Oslo Office

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Veson Nautical expanded its corporate HQ and opened a new office in Oslo, Norway, to accommodate growth of more than 410% over the past five years and 70% in the past year, according to the company. In May, the company will relocate its corporate headquarters to a larger space at 500 Boylston Street in Boston, MA.
The new office in Oslo is led by two highly experienced professionals in the commercial maritime industry, Tomas Hozman, Commercial Director, Europe and Tone Ekman, Senior Consultant. Veson Nautical is planning for further growth in that office in the near future. 
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